Saturday Food Storage Show-off: Pioneer Brownies

Who doesn’t love a good brownie recipe that also includes food storage? I was so happy to receive this recipe for all of us to try. It has beans, wheat, and honey. Sounds great! This recipe is from Sade and she says…

“Hey Crystal,
You inspired me to try these and I’m so glad you did!! These little morsels of heaven were fantastic!! And as you said we wouldn’t be able to taste the beans at all! Thanks so much, I’ll send along the picture and the recipe in case anyone else would like to make these, they are truly food storage brownies!!”

Food Storage Pioneer Brownies: Food Storage Dessert Recipe
Recipe type: Dessert
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This is truly a food storage brownie!
  • ½ c. butter (1/4 C. black bean puree and ¼ c. oil)
  • 2 tsp. vanilla
  • ⅔ c. honey
  • 2 Lg. Eggs ( I used powdered)
  • ½ C. wheat flour
  • ½ C. cocoa
  • ½ tsp. salt
  • 1 c. chopped nuts (optional)
  1. Mix all ingredients and mix well. Put in 9x9 pan and bake at 350 degrees for
  2. -30 min.
**Tip** Cut brownies with a plastic knife and they cut nicer...I have NO idea why but it does work!



Do you have a great idea, recipe or food storage tip you’d love to share?! Email me at efsshowoffs(at)gmail(dot)com! We’d all love to hear from you!

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  • Lilyjanes71

    The recipe amounts of ingredients are not all printed.  It doesn’t say how much wheat, cocoa and salt.  Can you correct this and repost.  I look forward to trying this.  Thanks

  • Anonymous

    It’s reposted THANKS!

  • Millenniumfly

    Those brownies look good. Thank you for sharing.

  • kygrandma

    I’ve noticed with your recipes that your ratio of powdered eggs to water is different than on the can I have (Provident Pantry:  2 T powder with 3 T water).  When using your recipes, do I need to follow your ratio or the one on the can of the brand I’m using?  Love your website.  I’ve learned so much.

  • Anonymous

    Generally, all the powdered eggs are the same just different labels on them. You can try it both ways and see which way you like best.

  • Ljmnor

    Can you order using a credit card instead of pay pal?

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